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Battered by an economic crisis, Venezuelans are used to waiting in long lines for scarce goods, but many found themselves queuing Thursday for something the ailing oil giant was supposed to have in spades: gasoline. Drivers had to wait more than an hour to fill up at many gas stations in Caracas and several other cities after supplies were mysteriously disrupted. "There's no reason an oil-producing country should have a gasoline shortage," said irate retiree Jesus Ascanio at a gas station on the capital's east side.
Fukumoto said she was upset by Donald Trump's presidential campaign rhetoric.
PHOENIX (AP) - The parents of a 9-year-old boy who was shot in the head in their Phoenix home put off calling 911 as they cleaned up evidence in multiple rooms of the house, police said Wednesday, calling it a case that "shocks your conscience."
WASHINGTON (AP) - Declaring the Islamic State group's destruction its top Middle East priority, the Trump administration on Wednesday urged coalition partners to contribute more to forces who are retaking Iraq's second largest city and readying an assault on the extremists' self-declared Syrian capital. There was no apparent announcement of a new overall strategy, however.
A policeman was stabbed, an assailant shot and several people injured on Wednesday close to Britain's Houses of Parliament in what police said they were treating as a terrorist incident. Reuters reporters inside the building heard loud bangs and shortly afterwards a Reuters photographer said he saw at least a dozen people injured on Westminster Bridge, next to parliament. "Officers - including firearms officers - remain on the scene and we are treating this as a terrorist incident until we know otherwise," London's Metropolitan Police said in a statement.
The infamous NSA leaker said Tuesday that no "real evidence" had been presented about the Trump campaign's alleged ties to Russia.
Britain and the US on Tuesday banned laptops and tablet computers from the passenger compartment of flights from several Middle East and North African nations.
RIVERVIEW, Fla. (AP) - A Florida man told investigators he'd been thinking for a long time about killing his mother and finally decided to go through with it on Monday, her 39th birthday.
Tristan Trump has been recovering after he broke his leg while skiing at their family vacation in Aspen, Colorado during the weekend.
Troops at Paris' Orly airport on Saturday shot dead a man who tried to grab a female soldier's weapon saying he was ready to die for Allah, triggering a major security alert that caused travel chaos. In any case people are going to die," the man told three patrolling soldiers, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins told reporters late Saturday, giving an account of the attack. Flights were halted at Orly for several hours, with incoming flights diverted and thousands of passengers stranded at Paris' second-largest airport, but normal service resumed mid-afternoon.
Fredzania "Zanie" Thompson died last week.
One of them is a ton of fun, the other is basically a Koenigsegg Regera. Basically.
Military action by the United States against nuclear-armed North Korea is an "option on the table" if the threat from the rogue regime escalates, Washington's top diplomat Rex Tillerson said Friday. Tillerson's tour comes after a missile launch last week that Pyongyang described as a drill for an attack on US bases in Japan. The US has 28,000 troops stationed in South Korea to defend it from the North, but the capital Seoul is within range of Pyongyang's artillery and analysts believe any conflict could risk rapid escalation and heavy casualties.
While visiting South Korea, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ruled out negotiations with North Korea on nuclear programs.
Lawrence O'Donnell says Donald Trump's lies are finally catching up with him as Republicans break rank and say that there's no evidence to support his claims that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower. Eugene Robinson and David Frum discuss.
President Donald Trump is set to propose drastic cuts to America's foreign aid and environmental programs in a security-heavy first budget blueprint to be released Thursday. In a plan designed to translate bold campaign promises into dollar and cent commitments, the Republican leader is expected to propose steep cuts in State Department funding. The Pentagon is expected to be the major winner with a nearly 10 percent boost -- shoveling more cash toward a defense budget already greater than that of the next seven nations combined.
James Bigby, 61, killed a father and his 4-month-old baby in 1987 and attacked his capital murder trial judge three years later.
By Greg Torode HONG KONG (Reuters) - China has started fresh construction work in the disputed South China Sea, new satellite images show, a sign that Beijing is continuing to strengthen its military reach across the vital trade waterway. Regional military attaches and experts believe the work shows China's determination to build up its network of reefs and islets, even if it is seeking to avoid a fresh confrontation with the new administration of U.S. President Donald Trump. An image of North Island in the Paracels group taken on March 6 shows recent work including land clearing and possible preparation for a harbor to support what experts believe may be eventual military installations.
Making the first defense in court of President Trump's revised executive order limiting immigration from Mideast nations, the Administration's lawyers have argued that they have met all of the legal objections to the policy and so should be allowed to put it into full effect nationwide after midnight Wednesday.
Presidential historian Michael Beschloss talks to MSNBC's Rachel Maddow about the historic significance of the leak of the 1040 summary pages of Donald Trump's 2005 tax return.
Police in California shot and killed a man after forcing him from his vehicle by flooding it with a fire hose.
U.S. President Donald Trump plans to host Chinese President Xi Jinping at a two-day summit next month, according to media reports, as his administration seeks to smooth relations with the world's second-largest economy. The meeting is tentatively scheduled for April 6-7 at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, U.S. online media outlet Axios reported on Monday, citing officials familiar with the plans. It said the plan was tentative and that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was expected to finalize plans during a trip this week to Asia, which includes a stop in China.
The White House backs off, saying the president was talking about surveillance broadly.
A familiar political family could be gearing up for an Oval Office takeover.
Jose Sanchez, a policy analyst from the Better Government Association stopped by ABC 7 Chicago to discuss a coalition that is encouraging the Rahm Emanuel administration to make changes in the new police union contact so there is more transparency and a better chance to hold officers accused of misconduct or abuse accountable.
Elizabeth Alvarado says the relief is indescribable - knowing that after so many months, police and federal agents have arrested the alleged MS-13 gang members believed to be responsible for ordering and carrying out her daughter's murder.